Most new cars come with warranties to guarantee satisfaction, including the 2017 Mazda lineup. However, for those looking for added peace of mind, extended vehicle warranties offer coverage on a range of areas, such as vehicle service, tire and wheel coverage, a protection plan, and even comprehensive coverage. Read on to learn more about extended warranties.
One of the most popular warranties is a vehicle service contract, offered by Zurich to keep you prepared for the unexpected. Because regular maintenance is key to retaining your car’s value, you’ll most likely need regular services like oil changes, new tires, and brakes. A service contract can help cover some of these bills. Plus, it really pays off if you have an accident—major or minor—because it can cover the cost of some, if not all, repairs. You choose the level of protection that’s right for you.
Other warranties include tire and wheel coverage. Your tires and wheels are the only vehicle components to come in contact with the road, one reason it’s especially important to maintain them. If you need unexpected repairs or 24/7 roadside assistance, the Road Hazard Tire and Wheel Coverage package is perfect for you.
Finally, you can also choose select or comprehensive protection. The comprehensive plan is perfect for the big stuff—like the powertrain—while select protection covers the same as the comprehensive with added perks. Regardless of which extended warranty you choose, you can rest assured knowing your car, not to mention your wallet, are protected in the long run. Visit Wantagh Mazda to learn more about extended warranties, including the details of each plan.
At Wantagh Mazda, we’re always eager to hear back from our customers. Naturally, we’d like to know if you were not absolutely satisfied in every way. Additionally, however, we encourage you to leave positive feedback, including reviews on your vehicle. For instance, if you love the spacious Mazda CX-9, leaving an effective review will let others know that it might be the perfect family vehicle.
Online review tips can be straightforward, as long as you remember the context of the piece you’re writing. So, you can write that a car is “fun,” that the car-buying process was “easy,” or that the staff “felt like family.” These are all phrases that provide signals to readers, encouraging them to check out a particular model or to visit our store.
According to Life Hacker, one of the key things to remember is to include relevant details. What is the year, make, and model of the car your purchased? Do you drive it every day? Which trim did you choose? How did you decide on that particular car? Being specific can help other buyers know what they might like or dislike when buying a car.
As always, we’re glad to hear from you regardless of the type of feedback you have. Our goal is to make car shopping easy, enjoyable, and worthwhile. Post your comments, call, or stop by today.
There are likely a number of qualities that are important to you as you look for that perfect family-friendly crossover. Safety, efficiency, spaciousness, driving pleasure—these are items that would be on anybody’s list. And they are also qualities you will find across the 2017 Mazda SUV lineup…
2017 Mazda CX-3
The 2017 Mazda CX-3 might be the best choice for the efficiency-minded buyer. This subcompact crossover boasts 34 mpg on the highway*. It’s also safe. The CX-3 picked up the Top Safety Pick+ from IIHS (when equipped with the available Smart City Brake Support).
2017 Mazda CX-5
Looking for a combination of both a roomy cabin and excellent fuel economy? In that case, your best choice might be the Mazda CX-5. This crossover comfortably seats five while also boasting 31 mpg on the highway.
2017 Mazda CX-9
If you are in the market for an elegant three-row seven-seater with a strong emphasis on performance, there’s no other choice but the Mazda CX-9. With its turbocharged engine and available all-wheel drive, the CX-9 makes every drive rewarding.
As you search for an SUV that is perfect for your family, the only choice is between 3, 5, or 9. Stop in at Wantagh Mazda and lease the Mazda crossover/SUV that is right for you!
Mazda debuted the Cx-5 crossover back in 2013, right at the front of the crossover craze that swept the United States auto industry and was poised to take the world by storm. As a compact crossover, it was made to have sporty appeal and a fun driving experience in addition to having the versatility and space of a larger vehicle. Now, the redesigned 2017 CX-5 is back and better than ever with a long list of improvements.
New vs. Old
Prior to its redesign, the Mazda CX-5 was renowned for being attractive, a fun ride, and fuel efficient. However, there were a few issues – such as a noisy engine and a cheap interior. The new interior is packed with rich materials and the outgoing engine and transmission duo is being replaced with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with a minor power boost. Additionally, inside the CX-5, the cabin is better insulated for a more relaxing experience.
The redesigned 2017 CX-5 still deliver the same driving experience and fuel economy we’d expect from a Mazda. With a lightweight and aerodynamic build that makes for more nimble handling while preserving fuel economy. Curious? Stop in Wantagh Mazda today and take the 2017 Mazda CX-5 for a test drive; it’ll blow your mind.
We don’t want to get too excited about the weather warming up, but spring sure feels like it’s coming soon. Now is the perfect time to start thinking about getting your car ready for spring, so follow these easy tips!
Winter is harsh on your car, so a big part of getting ready for spring is cleaning up the mess winter left. Cleaning under your car is one of the most important things you can do, since built up slush and salt can stick and start to cause your car to rust, and it’s a spot we often forget to clean.
You’ll also want to clean the inside of the car out. Stepping in it with your wet, muddy shoes all winter has probably left it pretty grimy—wash or vacuum the carpets, clean off the seats, and scrub the inside of the windows and windshields.
Change your windshield wipers. You should do this about once a year, and they’ve just taken a serious beating. You’ll also want to switch back over to all-season blades if you have winter ones installed. Check the tire pressure and add or release air as necessary, since cold weather takes a toll on tire pressure.
Change your oil and top off any fluids that need it, since winter is rough on your engine and you may very well have lost some. And if you have questions or want to schedule post-winter service, we’re happy to help here at Wantagh Mazda!